The Ideal Gas Law Video Lessons

Concept: Boyle's Law

Problem: Consider a gas in a container with an initial pressure, temperature and volume. What will happen to the pressure of the gas if the number of moles are quadrupled, the volume is tripled and the temperature is increased 5 times?A. the pressure will increase by 12 timesB. the pressure will increase by 6.7 timesC. the pressure will remain inchangedD. the pressure will increase by 2.4 timesE. the pressure will increase by 3.8 times

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Consider a gas in a container with an initial pressure, temperature and volume. What will happen to the pressure of the gas if the number of moles are quadrupled, the volume is tripled and the temperature is increased 5 times?

A. the pressure will increase by 12 times
B. the pressure will increase by 6.7 times
C. the pressure will remain inchanged
D. the pressure will increase by 2.4 times
E. the pressure will increase by 3.8 times

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